Ep. 11. (Q&A) CFD trading, motivating your partner and retirement

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The Australian Finance Podcast is pumped to release the first Q&A episode!

Kate and Owen have had some great questions submitted on our website (click here to submit your own). In this episode, Owen and Kate discuss:

  • Is CFD trading risky?
  • How can I motivate my partner to save and invest?
  • Can I retire comfortably by investing in shares (not property) after 50 years of age?
  • Do I pay tax on shares I own for 10+ years?

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